Sackboy has been superseded by Nathan Drake as the face of Sony in recent times. It wasn’t ever meant to be that way. No, Sackboy was always heralded as the poster (Sack)boy of the brave new world Sony was progressing. They have been by far and away the most daring, open-minded and varied software publishers of this generation, allowing multiple projects to enter people’s homes via digital download, retail and more recently the PS Vita. Sackboy, when he first came on the scene, was very much the focal point of all things Sony. It didn’t quite work out that way long-term though. Yes, the character was loved. The games were incredibly well-received and thought of by many as some of the finest software titles currently available. But the series had its problems. What Sackboy doesn’t do on the PS Vita is eliminate those problems but it does provide the most varied, creative and wildly enjoyable installment in the loveable puppet’s travails to date.